I’m a retired football player. So I know how to make a season count.
I may not be a player anymore, but when I set my sights on single-mom Gretchen, I know I’m going to have to up my game. Our first meeting leaves her bristling, and I’ll have to pull out all the stops to get on her nice list. She may be busy decking other people’s halls with boughs of holly, but by Christmas we’ll be wrapped up in each other.
Fall in fa-la-love this holiday season with bell ensemble group All My Jingle Ladies. Three feisty bell-ringing friends must face the music when the magic of Christmas brings them their happily ever afters.
|Title:||Oh My Garland!|
|Series:||All My Jingle Ladies (Book 3)|
|Category / Genre(s):||Contemporary|
|Point of View:||First Person, Present Tense, Dual Viewpoints (H & h)|
|Release Date:||26th November, 2020|
A fun end to the series
This is the third and last book in Williams’ All My Jingle Ladies series and it’s been a really fun and festive series that I’ve very much enjoyed. Each book stands alone so you don’t need to read them in order, or read any of the others, to enjoy and understand this book.
Single mum/dad stories are never really my favourite trope and as such, this book, while still fun, was the least favourite of all three stories in the series.
Gretchen was by far the sweetest heroine without being a doormat. She was likeable and I was rooting for her. Noah is big, grumpy and gruff – but he falls fast and hard for Gretchen. Together the pair have a good chemistry and are adorable together.
With this being an insta-love story, I guess that the only conflict (for me) was whether you should jump so hard and fast into a relationship when you have a child to consider. And I know that we’re suspending reality anyway, but that always hauls me back into thinking mode. Other than that, there weren’t really any barriers to our happily ever after.
I’m glad I read it and I did enjoy it – but as I said, it wasn’t my favourite story of the trio. However, I’m delighted to have discovered a new author in Melissa Williams. Her writing style is fun, fast, her humour is on point and she seems to love Christmas as much as I do. 4 stars for this story.
Melissa Williams lives and works in Toronto, Ontario and loves to surround herself in the random and ridiculous. When not writing steamy romances, she enjoys watching bad reality T.V., drinking wine and basking in the sun. But more often than not she can be found reading in her favorite comfy chair with a coffee by her side.